The APHA Purchasing Department procures goods and services for the Asbury Park Housing Authority. APHA seeks to do business with firms and organizations that have the technical and financial capacity to provide quality products and services. APHA’s standards include industry best practices that promote accountability, transparency and efficiency in our procurement processes.
APHA’s Procurement Contract Opportunities include:
- Architecture & Engineering
- Environmental Services
- Professional Services
- Work Services
The fundamental goal of APHA’s procurement system is to satisfy our end users in terms of cost, quality, and timeliness of the delivered product or service while complying with applicable laws, rules HUD regulations and notices, and the APHA’s own policies.
- 2 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 200.317-326 – HUD Regulations
- HUD Procurement Handbook 7460.8 – Rev 2
- APHA Procurement Policy & Procedure Manual
APHA’s Compliance Team is responsible for monitoring Minority/Women/Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (M/W/DBE), Section 3, and Davis-Bacon & Related Acts as determined by the Department of Labor, in conjunction with Housing and Urban Development (HUD). For more information, please visit Compliance Requirements.